The graphic effect of these disjunctions
would also be evident if the switch were to be made at the end of years three and four, though to a lesser extent, since both the WHO and UK centiles begin to converge after 24 months.
These consisted of a number of single event component statements and the three disjunction
types LL, LU, and UU.
The set of constraints [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (read as `[Gamma] or-cross [Delta]') contains the disjunction
of each possible pair of constraints from [Gamma] and [Delta].
The operations and relations between factors, such as equalities, subfactors, conjunctions, disjunctions
, independent factors, difference factors, complement factors and atomic factors are dealt with similarly as in the earlier sections.
In a similar way, we do for disjunction
. In classical logic, one has:
Then, for every q [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], it must be that [Delta](q, a) is a disjunction
of states in [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
This ideal is almost everywhere implied as the standard against which the families portrayed in the novels are evaluated, and herein lies the explanation for the paradox involved in the apparent disjunction
between Dickens's reputation as the celebrant of domestic bliss and his fictional interest in fractured families.
We note that for a sum type with two summands we can express the trivial property of this type as a disjunction
We deal here with extensions of such programs by disjunction
(and, as well as for Datalog, by negation); the corresponding query languages thus amount to disjunctive Datalog.
Among the topics are negation, alternatives, and negative polar questions in American English; the English It-Cleft: no need to get exhausted; and disjunction
and alternatives in Egyptian Arabic.
In particular, disjunction
of the pterygomaxillary process combined with conventional SARPE osteotomy may increase the haemorrhagic complication rate depending on the damage to the pterygoid venous plexus (11).
A PROPOSAL FOR A SYNTACTIC SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEMS OF DISJUNCTION
IN HUMAN THOUGHT